Plus, Belly, SZA, Kelela, Vince Staples, and The War on Drugs.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Nearly 100 performances will be streamed, including Beyoncé, The Weeknd, SZA, David Byrne, St. Vincent, Jamiroquai, HAIM, and Migos.
There are a number of brutal schedule conflicts, including The Weeknd vs. Jamiroquai, Vince Staples vs. The War on Drugs, Angel Olsen vs. Chromeo, and more.
In continued support of one of 2017’s best albums, A Deeper Understanding.
The new Denver-based event also promises St. Vincent, Phoenix, Sturgill Simpson, Miguel, De La Soul, The War on Drugs, Mavis Staples, and more.
Pitchfork Music Festival reveals 2018 lineup: Tame Impala, Fleet Foxes, and Ms. Lauryn Hill to headline
The War on Drugs, Courtney Barnett, Chaka Khan, Noname, Earl Sweatshirt, Saba, Blood Orange, and Japandroids are also set to play the Chicago festival.
The Weeknd, Future, Dave Matthews Band, Sturgill Simpson, Phoenix, and The War on Drugs are among the many other acts set to appear at the Canadian festival.
Plus: Sturgill Simpson, Bryan Adams, The War on Drugs, Courtney Barnett, Rae Sreummurd, Brockhampton, Chromeo, Ghostface Killah, Noname, and more.
Shake out of festival fatigue with Arcade Fire, Modest Mouse, Jason Isbell, T-Pain, and a private steamboat.
NYC festival also boasts Migos, Cardi B, SZA, David Byrne, St. Vincent, The xx, Father John Misty, Fleet Foxes, The War on Drugs, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Gucci Mane, and more.
Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, The National, The War on Drugs, Mastodon, and Portugal. the Man were among the night’s winners — but the Grammys mostly played it safe.
Welcome to the JAY-Z and Kendrick Lamar Show…